I do love a good Christmas gift edit. And over the years, I’ve discovered some unique things, by checking out what other people have shared within their edits on blogs or instagram accounts.
So, this year, I thought I would put together a little Christmas gift edit of my own. Sharing a few ideas of things that I think you may like to give. And maybe receive.
All the foodie stuff I’ve listed is gluten free. But of course, needs to be checked out for suitability, should there be any additional dietary requirements. I’m sorry but some of the companies I have mentioned only deliver in the UK.
Yorkshire Chocolatier is owned and run by Sarah, who turned her passion for chocolate into a business and now makes a fine selection of gorgeous handmade chocolates. I was delighted with the box I ordered and had a battle on my hands trying to stop Neil from eating them all before I got a look in. Everything on the website, except for the brownies are gluten free. Contact Sarah to discuss your dietary needs when placing an order.
For incredible cookies and cupcakes that can be delivered to your door you must head over to eat ‘n’ mess. Their cakes and bakes look terrific!!
Manna Dew 100% gluten free award winning bakery offer up some rather gorgeous looking bakes and Danish pastries. What a treat it would be to enjoy some of these on Christmas morning!
Voakes free from pies are AMAZING!! And they will deliver orders direct to your door. The last order date for Christmas is 11th December so do get in quick! They also do gluten free black pudding!!!!
Hawkshead Relish Company produce delicious relish and chutneys. Perfect to accompany the Christmas cheese. Their chilli Jam is excellent if you are looking for recommendations! There is a great dietary filter on the site to check suitability of each product.
The Great British Hamper company may just be the ticket if you need to send further afield. And they offer worldwide delivery. They also have a great gluten free section. *Some products contain gluten free oats.
Pipers crisps are the best crisps I have ever tasted. And they do a fabulous multi pack selection box which I’m sure would delight any crisp lover!
I’m a huge fan of gifting good recipe books as I feel it goes way beyond the book. It’s more about the occasion that is created from picking out a recipe to make and share. And the special times that happen whilst you are tucking in around the table! I’ve recently treated myself to a couple of cookbooks Simple and Flavour. Neither are dedicated gluten free books, but I’m sure the majority of the recipes could be easily adapted to suit most dietary needs. I have to be honest, I have only flicked through these books. But I’m loving what I have seen so far and both books have received fantastic reviews and I think either one would make a great present.
Here are a couple of novels that I’ve heard great things about and think would make perfect stocking fillers:
The Midnight Library – by Matt Haig
A Song for the Dark Times – by Ian Rankin
And although not a book as such, I highly recommend the Dairy Diary 2021 as a gift. I treated myself to one of these diaries last year and it’s been invaluable. As besides it having enough space to jot down daily notes, it has a nice simple weekly recipe (all adaptable to suit), fabulous conversion charts and more.
For more gift ideas check out these sites…they’re great!
Rowen and Wren – beautiful pieces for your home that you will NEVER want to part with.
Antipodream – colourful clothes, bedding and prints.
Anthropologie – an eclectic mix of lovely things.
Coco and Wolf – for a touch of luxury!
Archivist – unusual cards, matchboxes and more.
One hundred stars – gorgeous dressing gowns, scarves and more.
Thanks for checking out the edit hope you enjoyed it and found it helpful. For more gift Inspiration you may fancy having a read of this post.